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   Milwaukee Daily Courier (Newspaper) - March 19, 1846, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               MILWAUKEE 3LUME I. MILWAUKEE, THURSDAY, 19, 1846. NUMBER PUBLISHED EVERY -MORNING li Y WILLIAM II. A. BROWN, EDITOR. No. 1-10 U. S. Block, over I. A. Hopkins' Booh Store. East Water street. TERMS: VlLY COURIER. St> per year, payable quarterly. COURIER. S3 per year, in advance. "All but thai said her bus- bund '-do but look back to it, how dark and clisnml that solitary spot is.lying in the gay scene; ihc dingy fir-trees with the smoky huts behind them, the ruined stalls, the brook flowing past wilh a sluggish ERTISING SUUARE) IN DAILY. f "IX TEE.V LINKS OU LESS JIAKI A qitare, 37 J cents 6M insertion, ami iO oenafor ita, -ubseciueut insertion, for less than one week. mure 1 week, 4 3 2.SO 1 month, o I us'mess SO or, 810 pur vein couliaci Square 3 months, 6 S> 1 year, -same, including daily couuticla jjde for advcrtiicnieiits in the anil vearlj ulvuriisiug in either paper. lutoi-3 should be dlicctod to Hi i i-M H. nnil all coiniiuiuicationa de- melanc' oly." Ilis Irue, replied Brigitta; "if you i H. N. nnil all co lor the Kdiwr Jo JOHX A.liltc 11MU.Y LUBT. EAltLY SAVED. Ll W, Dl-.lHJSl. Within hei u m n And a group there 1 ly a little child, .ring angels u iieeu upon her smiled; V strife arose, lliem, a lov lug, holy strife, thit-h dioul 1 -lied ihD Ucs-ing ovui Ihe new boi i. Kl'o upu hurfuatuie-, ui'l thobabu iu Leant} grew Vitl a cheek like morning's blushes, and an eye of azitrel.uc '.'ill .ncrj one v, ho saw her vere thankful for the sight ,iur u inCCtffiTifTiuiuuil wilh ever we her accents und a voice us musical bird's joyous carol, or a rippling streamlet's ,11; __- ill b.-orlauirhing, or her words of child- ish grace, Loi cd much to listen toheraa to look upon her face. AnotliiM-biui.jht from hciwenaclraranil gcnllo minil. And within the luvel} shrinoili but approach thai spot, you grow discon- solate and sad, you know not why. What sort of people can they be that live there, and keep themselves so separate from the rest of us, as if they had an evil con- science." miserable replied the young armer "gipsies, seemingly, that steal and cheat in other quarters, and have their board and hiding place here. I wonder only th it his lordship suffers them." "Who said the wile, with an accent of pity, '-but perh.ips they may be poor pitiplc, wishing, out of shame, to con- ceal tl.eir ('overly for, alter all, no one can say might ill ol them the only thing is, they Jo not go to Church, and none- knows how ihey live for the little garden, which indeed seems altogether waste, can- not possibly suppoitlhem; and fields they have none." "Ciod said Martin, as they went along, -'what tiade they follow comes to them for the place they tive'in is as il bewitched and excommunicated, so that even our wildest fellows will not ven- delight. ture itilojl Such "cunversjtion they pursued while walking to the fields Tluit gloomy, spot they MJO'KC of, lay aside iioiu iha hamlet. In a di-ll, begirt wilh firs, WM. M COOK, Auctioneer and Commission Merchant, Water stieet, 3 doors south of Wisconsin street, Milwaukee. 1 NEW BOOKS. A large and full assort mentof MISCELLANEOUS Stationary now opening al HAi.13 RAHAM'S MAGAZINE tor May, boot Ladies' Nutionlbr do.; Columbian for do.-, Arthur's Magazine for do, iust received and for sale by may28______________ HALE HOPKINS. IMPORTANT TO MILLERS.----Crimes' justly celebrated Patent Simit Afackincs, ofdiilei-eri: nizes toptSS TANNED DEER SElNS.aud saaalllotundiessed, for sale by JACOB RAPELJE. BLS. LIME, for cisterns, rcceivod by J. RAPELJE. AVENDISH a new lot iust rccei CA v edut RAPELJE'S -the highest price paid for Wheat by JACOB RAPELJE. SLEIOH A LARGE aUAUTITY on band Bob Shoes, whole length and la pieces, made of hard iron, aud foranleatthe BTOJIE. SHOE Makers and 'Hardware dealeis; ra- JL ceivedalot of Iron shoe nails, best quality; also superior tacks, for sale low at the ________________VARIETY STORK. .4 PEW in the Presbyterian Church !br sale cheap. Inquire at the VARIETY STORE. STONE WARE duced prices. octlG A very largo lot for sale at re F. WARDNER, Cap, Crown, doable, Crown and Medium; also, Hardt1 are paper, an excellent article. These papers were boupht for cash, i arid comprise the largest assortment ei or brought to this market the prices varying from fifty cents to five risii. _____.White Fish, 2 tons Codfish iuatreceired aiid forsale by augl2___________ LUDINSTON CO. oerwris indebted to Jacob 1 .Semi are hereby notified tloat hia notes, booAs and ac- counts have been left with me for collection Imme- diate attention by persons owing, to the settlement of iheclainisagainstthem, will prevent legal costs. This Ikelast call bvto-ne. Attend toit aud save GEO. M. GHAY. Jnneg.lSJS.______________________________1 STRAYED from the subseriber during the last fall, a 3 year old CO wiib white belly aud a white saddle oiithe and wart over S. CHAPMAN, at Hale and HopAins's Book Store. for sale cheap for cash. KETTLES! KETTLES' from S pail to 3 barrels, all sizes, -warranted of Scotch lion, and the in market, at the Wisconsin -Iron Works, on tlie Water Power." dee 13 LANGWORTHY CO. ONE HUND11EDPairs homemade Boots for sale by WATSOtf. SUGAR of every description and in any quantity at aec9 J. RAPELJE'S. AN ACS tor different jCjLbvtlie dozen, hundred or tbonsaDd.bv 3 I. A. HOf-KISS. octiR late -wilnhire Co. tail, the right eye. 42-3t NDOWSASH, of every oizeiu lotju slreceivcd JA'COB RAPELJE. elegant Shot Guns, One double barreled do A general assortuient of pine Tubs and Pails, mtptr super Cigars. dec23 for sale cheap by F.J.BLAIH. dollni-s. julyM HALB A HOPIttKB. ______ FLOUR.iu quantities to suit puchaEers, at _______JACOB HAPELJB'B. Fever and Ague .Boct. Orandjean's Magic Balsam l frerutint sold in Milwaukee ONLY by CUNNING-HAM, wholesale and retail Druggist. GKoas RICTION MATCHES' for sale a: Ov7 factory price for by dec 30 WM. M. CUNNINGHAM, 151 Martin's Granite Builf lings. W lit at, Biirley mid Oats. THE market price in CASH, piiid for Wheat, Barley and Oa'f. Milwa.nkcc.3cpt a. LUD1NGTON CO M Segnrs at manufacturers prices, can be found one door south J. N B ouestcels, consiflL- iug of Principe Regalia, Lenornea, Peuotellas, Havanna, Spanish, SpoltedCuba, Steamboat. Milwaukee July 1. 1845. 16 J. B ALLEN BANDERS' SCHOOL the giosi, i3 dozen, or single one. 'We are agentsfor the pub- lishers, and can sellthero lower than any otberhonse west of Buffalo, declfl__________HOOP fr CO. HAS oeencaltedfor repeatedly pitch, white pine turpentine, horse tui pentine [all one and the same fling] citii be had nt Cunningham's. niygB CrocKery and Olass Wrure. JUPT RECEIVED at the Crockery Store, a splen- did iwaoitraent of CROCKBB.Y and GLASS WARE, consisting of White, blue, black, pink and Sprig Ware, Also, a large lot of common. ai e, 100 J-- 20 do Cruets, 12 do gross pt flasks, Cut Glass Lamps, Luntei ns, Specie Jars, Castors, Candleslicts, Inkstanda. all of which will be sold at the lowest prices. dec24 F- J- BLAIR. iinla-t the en- Till all who U..ow her wmidc'ed that God bo so ,Vs lo w ilh viJi J t, iriloiert w mid and rude. Thin ilul she grow in beamy, iu melody ,md truth, Tim bmUliuir of lier childhood just otwiiins lulu youtlii And to cur hearts yet moment than be- fi'f, i bee me, ihouijli we thought heart could not love I'ermore. L-II out-bpcike another angel, nobler, brigtypr than the -i but tender he caught nor to his brcnsr, ,'e' ivc made her uli too lovely for a child of moi till i-aco iutnoiiiadcof shall darken o'er her face. Yo hive tu.ncd 01 'y the atimtsol' her tongue, no wail of litiuia.ii aiignisl" iJiall f.um her lips hi; uny; Nur shall ihe soul lliat -ITiiiL-lli m purelj fiom within IJi-i form of enuli born frailty eiei l.nov.- ihe taint of Mn. L.ill.-d int.-iy fuithful uo-orn, t will boai horfur uway. '.hert is in -.in noi aiig .Hi, nor ow nor rlecay, And mine a boon nioic gloiiuusthan nil r glU--i T.o! I troA n her happy f-jiiiit ill' "inr-.ior .I'lty1.' Then on hi-i heai tour clnilini; yielded up her gentle breath, Korl'ic stiMiiger biig'Mei a'lgel who iovcil her best, M Death. LVE.-5. FKOM TlIK OKUMAV OF TIKC'K, HV 1 CAltt.YI.t. :'Wlicre is our little said the In- thcr, -She is playing out upon the green there our neighbor's replied the mo- might be- hold a hut, and various rumed office-hou- s-cs lately smoke st'cn lo mount fiom i', s-tili more raiely did men appear there thcuigli nl times cm iojs people ven- turing somiAvuat nearer, hud purccived up- on the- bench bcfoi you ihe lu.t some hideous JUST ILECEIVED.20 balcasheetiug, 30 do batting and 20 pieces Baerging, for sule.che.ip ut WARDNEB, S. Prints OROCERIES. In tl.i-i departn-ent I hnvc paid particular attention, and clL.tllcngc any of Birjf'alo compete me TII qualifyandpiue. Itememocr the promise. I 1 to jind retail, at No. j THE sabscribers are ug-ents for selling FAilt- BANKS' SCALES in and have on and at present a assortment. Platform 700lbs.toa.000 Huv plntloi m scales formills, Counter Scutes HOLTONi GOODALL. AueustlS.1844. _______ ,aq it was, and ax it is, by W Hogan esq, just published mid for la'.e by HOpKINg Oil UK1 uftn-ii uuiun- i have rare hiirgaina to reran, iu rawed clolhrs. d indlingin then I aHLidu'b Block Eiun Water street, Mtlwaukue. I, i j i (V i a.i A (T- Ti 4 V i arms --onto children equally duty arid il-fa- vorod black clogs were runnin? up and down jpon'llic boundary ai.d of an eve- nittjr, a man of monsttous size wns seen to cross the foot-biidge of the brook, and dis- appear in the hur; and in the daiLncss, va- A u stSS, 13-lj. ALT -Afresh SALT lot, fiom -Is.toOi.perym-d "very cheap at JACOB RAPELJK'S "1 SLATES, assorted sizes, and JLU.UUi7 slate pencils, to be found at the Wit- coiiain Boolislore and Stationern' Hall. ROOD. FRESH Boston and Soda Crackers, fci THIRTY piecessbecps' Grey, the icul article, for sale by .______________JAARJiOLD Chcup Oi-occ'rtcs, AT BLAIii-'S CORNER, Water 40 bags Rio, Maraca- bi) and Java Coft'ee, 30 half chests jjoung hyson, gunpowderand Inipe rial Tea, 10boxes Sireim Candles, 40 do Tallow do G pepper nnd spice, 30 rants Cassia. 200 doz fine cat Tobacco, SOO do. Smoking, 100 pounds Cloves, 10 boxen yellow Soap, 100 doz Socip.10 jars Snuff, 10 barrels wintci Oil li do powdered t'nd crushed Prunes, Tobaccc ground peppei, do spice anil Gin- nanion; Raisins, ______decGj A larpe lot of Sole nnd I OFFICE NOTICE. WINTER. MAIL' ARBANGUMBNTS. THE Eastern and southern mirili kave for Ghicigo, every day nt 8 o'clock, A. M. and arrive iu hilf past 4 o'clock, P.M. The mail tor MuKwonngo, Troy, JonesviUo tM Western part of tlie Territory, orery Vopday; WedneWlttT and Friday, at4 o'clock A. M. and arrive; at 8 o'clock'p. M. on every Tuesday, and Saturday. The mail for Prairieville, Summit, Watertown, eaves on Mondays, Wednesdays anil Fridays, at 4 o'- clock A. M. mid arrives on Tuesdays, Thursdays Sa'tuidoysat 8 o'clock. P.M. The mail forFon du Lac, areenBay.andtlioUppK Valley of Fox Jliver, leaves oil Monday and Thurs- day of each week, at 4 o'clock A. M. and arrives on Wediies-lay and Saturday of each week, at 8 o'clock, P.M. Tire mail for Green Bay, via Mequan. Hamburgh, Port Washington, Shcboygan, ,on MondiyJ of cacli week, at 4 o'clock A. M. and l-elurns on Wed- nesdays of each week at 8 P M. Tho mail from Milwaukee to Geneva, via Musfcgtif Rochester aud Burlinglon, leaves every other-Thon- day at 8 o'clock A M. and returns the following Salor- dav at 8 o'clock P M. Tho post office will until further notice be open on week days from 8 o'clock A M. until o'clockP M All letters that it is intended to have leave in the juor nuig mails must be deposited in tbe office before bat pnst a o'clock the evening previous. On Sundays (lie office will be open from 12 M to 1 o'clock P M. Bid two liotfvs-alter tne aismuuttoii oi ihe eastern and southern mails. The bock door of the oSce will be kept open .from. 8 to 9 o'clock on Sunday evenings for ibe reception of letters that it is desired to have pre-paiu. J. A. NO ON AN, P. 11. Milwaukee. Dec S3.1845.__________________14 WISCONSIN Srliool Book Depository. 7'ha oldest in Ike Territory I HALE HOPKINS, Wholesal.-andlletaildol- ersin School. Classical   mother looked for the little ones, roiighl them their evcninir luncheon. said the boy; "und Mary hr.d -P'fitig .'or the red cherries f-Kive n care, said the moth do not run too far fiom home, and not into the wood; father and I arc going Never fear, to tlie fields." Little Andres answered, the hridge, past ihe hul. and through the yard, and J shall certainly DB first." Siic was already standing by the brook and the clump of (irs. "Shall If No; it is too she. A little white dog was standing- mi the farther side, and bavk- miahl and main. In her terror, Maiy thought the dog some monster, and sprang back. "Fy! said she: "the dolt halfway by this time, while I stand here considering." The little dog- kept b irliing, and, as she looked at it more nairow'ly, it seemed no longer fughtful, but. on the contrary, qnito pretty; it had a red collar round its neck, with a glittering bell and as it raised ils head, and shook itself in barking, the little bell sounded wilh the finest tinkle. "Well, I must risk cried she; "I will run for life; quick, qukk, lamlhrough; ceitamly to Heaven! thcv cannot ent me up alive in half "a min- And with gay, courageous liule Mary sprang along the fool-bridge, passed tne dog, which ceased its barking and began to fawn on her, and in a moment she was standing or. the ether bank, and tho black firs all round concealed troiu 3 CUTOB sold very cheap, at wh Sa'.inctB, which wil'. e D RAGS. 1 July 22 tons -wanted by O I, ASSES LOOKING .lust received at the Croclierv Store, a Urge assortment of Looking is Ten Trayn. Hid -nailers. 7..T.BLAIR. S any thins? and Stationery You hr.d bettor cull uuci making purchases elsewhere.______ :e hi'm before octSS C. C. S. Tail HAS opened liis Sew HOUSE atPriu- in the centre of the village, canhcfoun.l ntnlltimes ready andwil- (besidesLciui? almotllickled to death at wnitonliisfriendsuiu) strangers who may fuvorhim with a call April hhds Sugar, 10 lihdsMolasses, buuii Codec. :o coaaslump Sugar, ao hull diesis ica, _ 4 pipes brandy. -1 pipes Hollimd Gin. 4 St Cioix Run.. 3 casks hue Port wine, 2 clw Madeira w ine 1 do Irish whiskey, l Seotc h do M boxes Pipes, 2 Mills Cod Mi, Sniokii--sTobacco, iSjursSnull, _ 30 finec.it do Also, Pepper, Spice. Ginger Nntiregs, Cinnamon, Oloveb, Currnnlp, Sec, whichwilluenoldttUlielowest price, at wholesale or ret ill. DNE R Fred- Wui-clner HAS just returned from New York wilh thelar- gcst stock of Drv Goods, Hardware, Groceries, Crockery, Diugs and Medicines, Stone and Hollow wurc, that lias ever been exhibited to Ihe good peopled' Wis-consin, and wiUae sold at ihe foji wtvricis for Cashoi Produce. He i eturns his, sincere tnanks for favors winch have been shown him for the last six Among the Dry Gooi s maj bo found the follow ing arlicles, viz: GOO pieces Calicoes, nil qualilics and prices, 40 do figured and blaek Alpnccas, 20  d the projcminn of book making aud am satielied what I don't iwrdnv and arrives at ]-iSt ao years, and am satielieil wnat j   LANKETS.-Alargelotjuf I received decl6 JACOB RAPELJ] fpICESof every kind, fount] at foh3 flowers; nil are cheerful and cleanly; the inhabitants are ajj their ease nay, I could almost fancy that tho woods are greener here than elsewhere, and the sky bluer and, so fur as the eyucan reach you have pleasure and delight in behold- ing the bountiful earlh." n "And, whenerer you cross the stream, said Briaitla, "yotfare, as it smoth- er world, all so dreary and 'withered but traveller declares that our village "is the feirwtin country far nnd near.' und _____ M i-.-iscd Sugar for sale BL AGSZINES FOR Lady'H Book, fte. received al HopKINg, BooK-slcire, 146 US Bloc-k. HONEY HONEY Wanted 500 Hw. Honey, for which the highcht price -will be paid. -1 ecO bbla octin ____ FRED. WARDKEIt. vnisitey iust received by F.'WARDNER. CARD. CO :src happy tn inform the citizens ofMilwankee and the eramtry generally, who are de- sirous to BUY GOODS CHEAP, need noJoncerbo aUrmcdabouta Wfr Mexico, 'or running avay at tar.i'cm, an they bave only to col! at Johnson's Brick No. 1-13 East Water street. Nov. )8, 1845, MILWAUKEE MEDICAL Distributed free to families aud otuois from tho counter of Wm. M, Cnnmngham, wbolesiUe andre- at his new wller street, with remai-KS on the itduUcration account of some npprovedrnedicines in life; to whfch is appended a collection ofraluable teceipts.____________lebj OOTS AND SHOES, Tin ware, a larRe ALICOES. J ceived by -300 pieces of new patterns, ju-1 re- JACOB HAPEL'J CROCKERY.-8 gutheiing flowers, and giving them to one another some again were eatin? cherries, grapes, and ruddy apricots. No hut to be seen bnt instead of it, a large fair house, with a brazen door with lofty stat- ues, stood glancing, in the middle of the space. Mary was confounded, with sur- prise, and knew not what to thick; not being te.hi.il, she ,went right up to the firrt ofthfl children, held hand, and wisfced the1 liltte good To be cantiavea. 1 THOUSAND Ibs bright log chain; 20 coils rope alUizes, 10 doz buck mittens, a rood article, forsale by T ,T. A. Alt-NOl T5. FCASH PAID OR American cswll> Gold Threat, White Mustard seed. Blacfc Mnntard by WARPNER. _ KEEPS' CLOTHS.from 5s. 6d. to 7s. per __ by RAPELJJ-- 1 ALB Ibs. Saleralus.for Schcap, water sw. fACABOY superior article for sale J.A. ARNOLD'S- Hemp Rape seed, iitee rkel wool by ftTOrTffTQy-ft.C L o Mug., and'SO Toy Tea setts, fcr sale al thecoVner of. Wisconsin and Water y j BX.AIH- anA Opinious of Uncle, uov25 W. PEARCB. BOOTS AND SHOES cheaper than ever at the Milwaukee Boot nnd Sboe EstaMiihnwnt, US water atreet, United States HoMjBteck. novSS W. PEARCE. EVERY VARIETY and description ol Boots and Shoes manufactured to order at tne Milwaukee Boot and Shoe entablement, 133 E watw .treat. U. S. Hotel block. W.PJEAROE. of base lotto gen- ne Scarpa's Acoustic Oil. Several articles put up in similar shape are now in t.ie market and pained off to unsuspecting persons for Ibe original Oil, the only cure for they will rido their preparations Inln by tho popularity thai fenvnie Scarpa's Acoustic Oil lias gained. Head following letter and be convinced From the Albanj- Argus. WONDERS WILL NEVER Another remarkable cure of Deaf.ieRB, performed by Scarpa's Acoustic Oil, m.lbis ctly. Lot' (He case speak for itsef. AIBANY, Feb. J2d, (844. Mr. Giithrie, 4 Stan wix Ba, Maiden Lane Acoustic Oil. 1 hud been years this wintcr.ihat I could not ion with on ear trumpet, withoutthe voice beingmuen raied. I hove been using the Oil abonraU in one enr that far the worai.aud which I was totay deaf, ond I am happy to in- form TOU tliat I con now hear ordinary coiiTerM- lion without the trumpet. 1 feel that I would hue to inform the whole denf community of IhBMton- ishing efleet of medieme. I ihaU 1 be pleased 10 see any person who may dewre to LEATHER. Boots and Slices, wholeKileand re- tail, at tho Milwaukee Boot and, Shoe fMabliah- ment, laaeantwater'sircet.trniteil a _ UILBS.'by'ibe otrach 'or thomMid SteJel-Penf t .EOQPfS...., A-LT RHEUM cured for four ymaybe.anmd Cunntogham stieet. Jan-'" oc sale by W. M. CUNNINGHAM, 151 Mar Granits waler general Agent for Wisconsin, BKiZABBTH'3 hoad aud WoniKAood; a grew variety PraTer PilTglottTBibte.-, Pocliet Bible. PsalnU and Hymn.; Hymna. at beat WTmmclHT fb> tt .8 nnetsTorwiiilcri 4 doiTelvetdei octlS for mle cheap by W   

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